WATCH: B.C. Liberals contemplate identity, name during 2014 convention
KELOWNA, B.C. – About 1,200 B.C. Liberals have descended on their leader’s riding for their 2014 convention.
Christy Clark will be the key note speaker Saturday afternoon.
While several policies will be debated by delegates, the mood is celebratory, a hold-over from the B.C. Liberal’s election win a year earlier.
Brad Bennett, grandson to former premier WAC Bennett and son to former premier Bill Bennett, was the key-note address to begin the convention Friday.
He believe the B.C. Liberal Party success in the last election is the responsibility of their new leader, Christy Clark.
Doris Maria Bregolisse reports.